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Where the Deejays Like to Dine in Las Vegas

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The Electric Daisy Carnival may have passed all too quickly, so to tide you over, here are a couple of restaurant picks from a few of this year’s performers:

Dubfire is widely known as the biggest foodie in the electronic dance music industry. “I have yet to find a locally owned/originated restaurant in Vegas in all my years of traveling there; most are chains opened by renowned chefs, which frankly I can experience at their original locations. In the past I used to go to Nobu and Okada quite a lot. Having said that I'm dying to try BarMasa and é by Jose Andres. I liked Nobu cause the staff knew me and would usually come to the show when their shift ended.”

Grammy Award-winning Afrojack is partial to room service? especially that found at Wynn Las Vegas, where he has his deejay residencies.

Alesso recently sampled the cuisine of Devin Hashimoto’s new Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas, which he found to be quite clutch.

The EC TwinsMarc Blackham heads to the Palazzo. “Lavo for the OREO DESSERT! First time someone suggested it, they brought out the ice cream with an Oreo in it first and we though ‘meh.’ Then they put down the doughnuts with the melted Oreos to dip into it! Yum!”
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Alesso [Photo: Danny Mahoney]

Mizumi

3131 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 770-3320 Visit Website

Lavo Nightclub & Italian Restaurant

3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-791-1800

Nobu

4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89169 702-693-5090

barMasa

3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89158 877-230-2742 Visit Website

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